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It seems to be a foregone conclusion | that William A Young, whose certlll <ate of iK.mliution as Democratic can? didate for congress was annulled af? ter an Investigation hud satisllfd thcl State committee that the certificate | was tainted by fraud, and Congress? man Harry L> Maynard, Mr.- Young s| unsuccessful opiioiient, wiH be in the field 'or nomination in the new pn-j mary Ml be arranged for by the dis? trict committee. And, In spite of the revelations concerning the original primary -proving that the supporters ol ea< h candidate attempted to steal the nomination and that Mr. Young won OB the fsice ol the returns only because his henchmen came nearer I giie'slng h< w mail t voles would be | ueeded Young and Muyuard will be given power!i:l support in Norfolk and | Portsmouth, respectively, and per haps elsewhere in the district. Therefore it kenjooena the peopfe| of the district who .-tain] for honest elections and the overthrow of ring| control to concentrate their forces be hind a single candidate to Bathe "'el race against both of the parti, ipants | in the repudiated primary. 1'ni. this Is done either ftaynard or Young very likely will walk iff with the new uoniinatlcn certificate. There Is a strong feeling in the district ..gainst the ring and against sMft May nur? and Young, but if the ballots of the peoide entertaining this teoling are distributed among two or three can? didates rhey will count for nothing. Two or three prospective candidate* in addition to Maynard and Y'oung are spoken of. It is said that Senator Holland, of Suffolk, wil be in the reo and that J. Peter Holland, of Krank lin. and Jk T. Deal, of Norfolk, are I thinking seriously of asking for ?he| nomination These -i ought to real ise that with all three of them in tri, held neither can win. If all tbrc favor a new deal in Second district | politics, they ought to get together ini media'. i> and decide which one shal. | stand for the nomination. The man who can show the greatest strength| should hive a clear field, and if I la given him he will win. we believe It wi,uld be peculiarly unfortunate ti have two candidates of the sam? nsrar on the ticket. Suppose, (or in stance. Senator Holland is the strong est candidate tbe fair election peopk ] can put up To have another lioilsn, on the ticket will confuse the voter? aad probably cause a great maoy bei lots to be thrown away on a mat with ao chance of election. Tht Saeoad district is sadly in nee of an entirely tin d.sl May ?an aad Young bo<h should be pat aside The nosainee tor congress should t> w ass wholly out of touch with tb> ward-heelers and pmf>wsioaal iatdhs who wares*at the hulk of" strength of both of tbewe randidates aad the* ennnot be ac^oanpiished ex ?rdsst by concerted action oe the ;* *T Ihn pewase dneirlag the new deal 4 A ST1B IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION B hi tn be honed that the act I ? oi nan mamoa council last atgnt hi granting per at a one ?atJBjfei the rule bvesk awiy from tan und dangerous habits Roth brauche* of the BOtUkcU lia\?? ever been too really to suspend the rules t i act up? on measures deemed '?>? their patrons to lie of sufficient importance to war? rant their Im iiik pushi-d through in Irregul?r fashion Ami the practice or Krailling permits for violations of 'lie building ordinances has practically nullified these \eiv desirable munici? pal laws What is the use of having a rule re? quiring that u e immittee shall Inves? tigate und report upon an ordinaii. If this inle is to he set aside every lime somcliodv Is in a h-irry to get a particular measure through? The' practice Is a bad oae and the MV council is to be congratulated if It has started out wltb he determination ? that ii will not fall into it. As to the ordinances prohibiting; 'the construction of certain Muds ofi buildings in certain localities, occa sn ns possibly aiise when it is entirely j proper lo formally reactad. the regula? tions' as to i certain building Hut; such eases are few and far between, j and each ought to be investigated and j dealt with liPM Its ? merits wbenj brought up. if building requirements are to be suspended every time some-' body asks thai it be don,- and simply j because they have been suspended I before upon s'unebodv's request, thej council might us well repeal Its build-j ing ordinances and save iiself trouble. The building prasBOaed to be erected under the permit aski d of the council Tuesday night would be. it is said, a ?very substantial and presentable one. I'erhaps if the matter is brought be fere the building, grounds and light'* committee of the council a iwrmlt for its erection will be recommended and the ordinance will go to the counci for 11 nsideratinn in the regular war. NO REAL REPUBLIC AS YET. With about seventy jier cent of Its populatic n I TU terete and probably ut? terly incapable of (jstly intelligent vtit? s, Portugal is not likely to have a Republican form of government, ac cording to the Arne: lean idea, fot many years to come If ibe to-wlv formed Republic stands, the few peo? ple who control it may give the masses- ?a- government aHer the or der of the one Diaz has eaocatod 00 successfully in Mexico. "Fair grounds dust Is laid," says a Richmond newspaper headline That is a philosophical w.ty of looking at It, anyhow. Thanksgiving. Allan Wl played the entire day witti Little Brother without an lmp.it aal word. After 'saying bis customary prayer that night bis mother suggest? ed that he add. "I flunk Cod I was not imps ietit w.th Little Brother to? day " This he did with much ferven? cy, after which he remaiked that there wire some ether things he would like to thank Cod for, and forthwith he closed hs eyes and said: "I thank God I offered tuv candy o father before taking any myself "I thank G?hI I offered my candy <> mother before taking any myself. "I thank ?od I offered my candy to l-ittle Brother hatjaaj taking any my seU ' And 1 thank God there was some left.Upplncotts * " *" Pointed Paragraaphs. He who knows nothing doubts noth tag No. Alonzo. the key to sncce-s i?n t a night key. Matij a man's apparent dignity PJ due to a st ff neck. A small oyster doesn't cut much if a fig ire In a big s'ew. Ho all 'he work you ran-your la/y ??sociales will do the rest. And the less salary a man gets the more his wife can pretend he ? ? The best man always wins--other-1 wise he wouldn't be the best man Aad the less a woman has :n her >ead the mere she tb nks aboi-.t whs <he has on It. Some poop* s idea of charily seems to be 9tr per cent advice and 1 per cent m ?nev Honesty may be the best policy, but just look at the big dividend* ?oiae insurance mm;nn e? pay" Poor Letrntr. The negro bo* was ap for the fifth iaie on a ?b?rge of chi. ken stealing. Thta Have the magistrate decided to tpfsaal to the boy's falber Now see her*. Abe. said be to ? be darky, ibis ooy of yours has been up ka court so atony liases tor mealing birken* that I'm tired of seeing him "Ah don't blame yon. sab." n tensed the father. 1 Ah's tired o' seeing hl? here, too." "Thea why dba't you teach him hew to act? Show him the rich* way. aad be wnw't be eoaaiag here." "Ah has showed Im de right way eea," eWlarerf tfa> old man earnest ly "A* baa swttealy showed Tea de ?tght way. bat be aoreebow keep, m* *m caagkt cassia -gay wid dose kk-kews' - Central Law JoaraaL PROPER CLOTHES fSSSSt See The beautiful line of Wool ens we are ?Iiow.uk at this time; most of them are exclu? sive patterns. 5 We will make it exclu? sive to you, if you say so? po one will have a suit like yours. Kvery garment vuaranterd to lit and to give perfect satisfac? tion in every detail. Washington Avenue, Newport News, Vs. * New Jag Cure?Apples. The W. C. T. U, of Cook county (Chicagoi is going to tight drink witJi apples. It has discovered that the agent which caused the fall of the human race may now regenerate it. Dr. Samuel BaOey, of Mount Ayr, Iowa, has been expert aw nting on the ItlllbooaS ipialitfes of apples, lie has cured hundreds at drinkers l>y feeding them apples when" they wanted to drink. The women are sending out thousands of leaflets, which read: "The use of apples as an article of diet will very much diminish, de? crease, and ultimately abate the ai> petite for alcoholic stimulants. "That this is a fact could be prov? ed in many instances if a little care, caution, and rllUnnee be taken to in-! vesi'gate conditions. As a rule Ihe habitual user of aboholic stimulants is rurely a consumer of apples. There seems lo bo a oeculiar combination in apples that allays tin irritation, or so called appetite, produced by the use of liquor."--New York World. Wanted a "Glad He's Dead" Hat. William O'Connor recently retained from Michigan "and he brought home the story of aa Indian squaw who was anxious to have a Merry Widow hat. I'etoskey furnishes a thousand things in its summer shops where many visi'ors to tho place are the puichasers. The Indians are taken! with what is shown, and this partleu-l lar squaw had seen the hats. Thej day her chief was to go to Pe'oskey sh. gave him instruct ons to bring her a hat of this name. When the chief reached the millt-! net's place of brsiness the idea waa si ill in his m nd, but the name of the hat was gone. He struggled for a while, and Anally egang aal with a request for "She glad be dead" hat.? lndlana|m>lis News. Sentenced. Then Freed. Edward Lewis, nearly rtii years old.a soldier .n the Spanish American war snd a well known lumber salesman, was sentenced to three months in the hou.se of correction at Chicago Then he < btained has freedom until !*ecem ber 5. pledging himself to rerun then and bogtn bis sen'ence. Lew- a was accused of having passed a woithless chech for last June. He blamed ?Irinking for his offense.j and when bis case v.a* called in the, r-riminal court he pleaded guilty. j "1 have qiit drink, you: honor." bei >aid. "and never so long as I l.rei will I again touch lt. I deserve p'in-j lshment for my deed, your henor." 'Well. I'll sentence you to the bride, j well for three months." said the judge "Judge can't you let we go un il December? OctoWr and Novemiwr are my two best months, ?ad 1 want to rc|?y every dollar I'll come Pack ? hen and setve that eraannes The Jndg. asked wbst fund he co- i I give 'My word, your hrr.or " "You may sign your own br>nd. sa d th? J esc ' 1 11 be bach here s.t JO o'clock shsrp on Decesaber T" sv'd brads, sv he let: 'he rciir room - New York Ti"Ti?-s "Just Say" HORLICK'S H nranjjt Oriftaai ami fitfiuine MALTED MILK Tan) Fnaa-grm* fen: AH kfu More rsrakfiSJ than Ten or ConW. Agrees w*h the weakest rhgesboa. Denxaoan. stivaatwahna] aad sub dann. Rwh mtk. nuiteci gram, powder form. TaiTgn^anantn^ tAW Othert are imitation*. OOK WITH GAS I Ham ptor TIB 6011610 (Continued iTOfJ First Page,j ' It is not enough to say tint w?' do no (Intend to do anything bail. Peo 1*1** that do net no forward, go back? ward. They do not stand still. They go backward Baleee they go forward, and as a people w o can keep our? selves, our citizenship, on a high jpl>iie of usefulness and acbleveni"nf only by applying to the new things the old principles the old nioraiity that enabled our faihers In their 'lays to achieve success for our common land. Wants Strong Navy. "It Is not neces ary for us to have a big army, but we must have a first cliss navy, i am a profound believer in peace and I want to see a navy kept up. because I know of nothing thai procures a stronger desire on the part of other to keep poo CO wlta ' us. That is sound common sense. | "Speak t-otily and carrj a- big stick. There are two sides of th it Always be cheerful. Ketn- tnber It Is the sign of a weak and seltlsh nature >o Instio anyone else. Speak softly, but have the Pnited States navy as a big stick always ready. ''Now the government must increase its power, its power of control over the possible use of wealth in large ag? gregations. I am not attacking corpora? tions. I am only saying that they have got to be honestly managed. Attack* D shonesty. "I am no more attar king the honest man of business akea I "Hack the erroked man of business, than I am attacking the honest p< liticians when I r.ay that the crooked politicians ought to he sent to Ike penitentiary. On the contrary, I hold that I am the friend of every heuest politician when I try to drive out of public lite the dishenest politician: :nd in the same way, I hear that the first duty of the man who wishes to see honest busi? ness men prosper, is to try to drive the crooked man out of business tUe.** Colonel Roosevelt is due at Rome, rt.i in the mcrning and will remain there until I:M o'clrrk p. m Then he will go on to Atlanta. His Flowers Are for the Sick. Mr. Pryor is in his seveniy-eigntfi yean and devotes all of his lime to raising Mowers and distributing them to cheer the sick. His garden is a small barkyard plot, but passerbys on Harvard place have been delight? ed for years with glimpses of its beau? ty as seen from the street. Those who have been favored with a closer inspection this summer and fall are Hied with wonder how so much beau? ty could be made to bloom in so small a space. i Mr. Pryor, whose hair is as white as the snowiest aster in 'he place.^ and about as luxuriant, explained why be raises the flowers, in his tin Baal til? ing way. "I wound not sell one of them. I find more pleasure in giving them t > the sick They give so m ich pleasure to those that I could not look fwr any u:eat--r reward than iheir smiles when they see them. "My wife was an invalid for 4 years. In aii that time I wag the one who watched by her bed night/ She was very fond of flowers. Thit was how I became fond of them. She wjntod them in every room in the house When one bees nie faded she would si>eak of it and ask for fresh ones It was the pleasure she[ ook in them that led me to give th-m to other sick i<**"ple when she passed awa4 alxiut fodr yeors ago."? Huffalo News. Offered Lieutenant a Trip. For some weeks there has been at | amusing dis. :;ssion among the mem? bers of the army and navy circles at Newport as t,, who were the lady and gentbman that offered a Hp to Lieut. F'ank T. Kvans. C. S. N.. at the Naval Training Station, for se ?urine a carnage for them on the af? ternoon tha- (tear Admiral Seatonl Schnieder andthe other ofBrers froml the Atlantic battleship fleet were giv ! ing a reception. IThe incident caused considerable sir'ssemen- em-ng other officers, and jail have b?en trying to guess - who I tin icnple were that had ?stet ah en Lo u- Cvan* a son of Rear Admiral Kvans. aa a aalhwanid < at triage a'tendant. The names of a number of prominent Newport cot J lagers have beea aseaUoaed. hot .Lieat. Fvans today eeaeeatew ta heap I?kea? -he mvstery mr saving that both lady and seatleataa ware ? "s ? . I t. and not avembers of the ,%.???, xrw York Trlb Th- i .? It has brca decided that a major jaf royal artillery or royal engineer* ?hi .mp ilanrlly placed on j retired pay mil be has completed ] vear* c or baa reached the aga of whichever happens first - j I .shore --fiiaiu w. -irie-.rsnd that the ring la not j taking aay bets oa tkia race - Punch Mala ?revente btee?.na> t bj he inctwewi weather WM rug;,t the mating of ft R I**- C?ma. .Csasiduale v.-eraos. was aJJo^i-aea lover ant 1 t< aigbt. waea diliaataa B? ,tae stiie re-iatag ta Norfolk wifl be I ch?-?en i, Phoebus and Old Point fr Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings THE BANK OF HAMPTON, VA. At Hampton, Virginia CONDENSED STATEMENT, JUNE 30, 1910 Resources Loans and Discounts .. .f1,308,705.8a Qcnds and Investments .. 187,317.72 Bank Building. 68.00000 Cash and due from Banks 211,032.24 Liabilities Capital Stock _S 100.000.00 Surplus Fund . 140,000.00 Undivided Profits.. 21,859.02 Dividend .? ... 4,000.00 Deposits .tt,5O0,196.82 Total .$1,775,055.84 Total ,. .?1,775,055 84 Your attention Is invited to this Statement and your account is desired. X ' X < X X L. SCHMELZ, President F. W. DABLING. ^Vice-President. NELSON S. GBOOME, Cashier. 'After a very success? ful Opening We are now ready to serve our customers with Hatsand Bonnets If you are not ready to buy come and look befor" buying elsewhere, as we^are only too glad to show you. Mrs. A; Tyler Hull East ? Queen ? Street f CITY MARKET 1 COMPANY 9 EAST QUEEN ST. Hampton - ? Virginia OF - INTEREST - TO - LADIES After a most successful opening, we are now prepared to settle down to Wi>rk. Wre can assure buyers with confidence that our Fall Millinery Is in accord with the fashions of the season, as advanced by the fashion centers of the world. Mrs. I. M. Stacey 31 East Queen Street. Hampton, Va. IF SPECIAL TODAY HOMK -MADE COLNTKV SAUSAGE HOME KILLED LAM HS CITY IABKET CO. ? E. QUEEN ST. HATTOS?. . VIRGINIA. JOHN M. CAW. Man. John Storm Hampton's Popular Price Tailor Fall & Winter Slyles Received and ready for your in ?l>ection. Suits to order . 915 up Trousers to order . ... | 5 00 up All goods cut and made on the premises in the new 1910 style. NO FIT NO PAY =1 38 W. Queen Street Hampton, Va. Vs Ladies' Tailor-Made SUITS At Prices That Will Interest You. Also a fine line of Ladies' Tailor-Made Skirts and B8B 1'nderskirts. Von are cor? dially invited to inspect our line and you will be con? vinced that we can save you money ?ither for cash or credit, and we can give you terms to suit you at I. J. G01DSTEIN 67 Hope St.. Hampton. Va. Chargelt! While rebuilding goes on our dusi ress goes on toe; but we must have more room, so we have decided to seii all cur high grade wines and liquora at a "Teat reduction. These goods are all our high priced regular stock. Don't take our word for It, just look at the prices. They will convince you. Sherry wine, per quart.15c Port, per quart .15c Black Berry wjne, quart .15c Sweet Catawba, per quart .f5c Whiskeys per quart: Horse Shoe ...".85c ; Old Taylor .85c JjOseax Pepper.85c Piedmont.85 Hunter .85n Green River.85v Bittled Peer, ..40c and 50c per dozen. All 10c whiskey.5c per drink. I. W. Harper, Glad Hand, Maryland Club, Monticello all straight whiskey. N. Leonard PHOEB'JS, VA. JURORS TO TBY CHILTON. Judg? Beb nson Draws Panel nf Six? teen, from Which Twelve Will Serv Judge Clarence W Robinson, in the Clrcui- Court, his drawn the fol ? owing men to serve on the Jury. which will hear the ease of George Ca Iton, the Fort Monroe artillerymen ?tader indictment for assaulting Wil? liam T pixon. Monday morning J. W. Johnson. Jr . S R Smith. A I Bnl'ifent. Jcbn Shepherd. W B. Wright. C C Holston D S Johnson. K C Pb Hips. O- W Johnson. Boisnd Sinclair. T J. ffeems T. H Ba mders. Joka (i. Wood. B F Johnson. J. A OavU, D W Ron* ten. M C Rotten. It. F HUott and Joseph Wall. Beflectione ef a Bachelor. Joy tiding Is mostlv for the unmar tied. B scem? as if nobodv world care *o have aayth ng unless somebody else asTteg ft Poor people pay their kill? prompt? ly eo that rich see* ran waif a. lone as tkev t.less Been* mea awt aa 'dew thev re ^'aS>-UmMl I ; iar because tkeyve never been tar- aVL^SJ Vl#S I k,J aid XSm a ant fathered l|g P' BBEP TIRING 8UOGIES. A ssaa ?bo eoawes boase V> dinner MORSE-SMOEING. WHEEL oa tiase every- aiffht mav no* be a WEIGHTING WORK. GENERAL good husband, ban he srtfe ts sere BLACKSMITH INQ. if afso mak9 a feature of repairing n m f m I sad sharpening tasra moweee.?Ooee PulleTs iw.pertf?#ejt of Imported a cwstosaar aara, at ways aa. ( aa Goods aacB fas Bardines. Aa t . hovtew. Tosurne. Herring. Caviar. I ^Bu*JaVgT** at! ????WIN. i imXiw** Hint*, k emu*i'lot** P*"i?^? r*??%nr,asM** e?*f. \ ^mammmmmmwmmaaam9mmmmMmmmaammmaaaamn^ ?wf M i%m Try a a. & mm mt. * I > IF - YOU ? WANT to buv rhincs cheap come to the rue tlon Satnrdav. Oct. Nth. at lZ:3e for we are going to sell things regatdlees of price?a lot of chairs, bureaus, waahstands. cook stoves, beaters, bed roockes. aide boards, kitchen safes, extension tables, trunks, mirrors, 'enter tables. Iron beds. 1 National cash register, total adder: 1 pool ta? kle, kails and ewes, ofjlce revolving .hairs and other things too numern-n to mention. WHITE FRONT AUCTION HOUSE. 116 W. Queen Street Hamagon. Va. ? AlF.Difgs&Co. See our NaVer Styles of Fall Shoes The new lasts. Shoes for men, women and children Now is tbe R. L. TENNIS I'amptew's Leeding TIME YOU ARE thinking of a Hat We have them In any style. Price to s it. Let us make your Fall Suit. We arw agents for Bd. V. Price .? Co. once a customer, al? ways owe. f,. M. F.Dijfj's&Co. No. 9 Queen Street, llampfoa. : : Virginia. 1 love Fuller s Devil Crabs, hat ok. that HerHs Island F-adn-soo* Cta. SICK OR WaaUb?IT WILL TUX ?